I support the conclusions and actions outlined in the report. I would add that, in addition to the consideration of "focused educational opportunities outside of the annual meeting for specific emerging and important technologies", other areas of veterinary pathology that are underrepresented in traditional vet pathology residencies (e.g. translational, toxicological, zoo/exotic, etc.) be included in educational outreach programs supported (in part) by ACVP. Clearly, the proposed virtual training networks are one way to address this. Yet, there is value in face-to-face interactions. A bench of experts traveling to the vet schools could deliver curated materials to the residents "where they live". This could be modeled in manner similar to that of the STP Training Institution Program https://www.toxpath.org/student-stip.asp Thanks for the work, FPTF members and the opportunity to comment.